The aim of study was to investigate the effect of different altitudes on heamatology and serum mineral profile of beetal goats in order to form a basis for clinical interpretation. The study included 60 beetal goats having more than 1 year age and body weight of 25-40 kg. The animals were divided into 3 groups on the basis of altitude from sea level: Peshawar 1177 feet (Altitude 1), Kabal 2863 feet (Altitude 2) and Margazar 4200 feet (Altitude 3). Goats were reared in sheds at each point for 15 days. Blood samples were collected on 16th day in morning by means of jugular venipuncture, and were evaluated for heamatology throw analyzer. Additionally, the level of serum calcium, chlorine, Potassium, Phosphorus was determined and the level of iron was determined in blood. Statistical analysis (one-way analysis of variance [ANOVA]), followed by Post Hoc test (Tukey Test), showed that there were significant (P < 0.05) differences found in heamatology, Calcium, Chlorine, Potassium, Phosphorus and iron level. The results in the present study contribute to the reference ranges for the Beetal goat and can be used for monitoring health and disease diagnosis at different altitudes.